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Breast milk is best for your baby.

The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age appropriate foods while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond. Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.



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Learn™ (6+ Years)

Learn™ (6+ Years)

At this stage, focus and good memory skills are important for learning. Read about what you can do to bring out the best in your child.

Tips for Bedtime Resistance
Tips for Bedtime Resistance

Putting your child in bed may be easy. Getting him to sleep – not so easy. While your little big man wants to assert his independence, he is also fearful of being alone.

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  • Tips for a stress-free night with your child
    Tips for a stress-free night with your child

    Your 6-year-old might have started attending school and his daily timetable will seem a lot more packed than ever. In addition to school, time also needs to be set aside for homework, play, and family. In addition, children around that age

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  • Encouraging good behaviour
    Encouraging good behaviour

    As your child starts to be more independent and doing things on his own, it’s important for you to guide and supervise him. This means teaching him about what’s right and wrong, and how to do things properly.

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  • Managing screen time
    Managing screen time

    Children no longer have to be in the living room to watch their television shows. With phones and tablets being so readily available, it’s easier than ever for a child to satiate his screen appetite anywhere.

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  • Your independent 6-year-old
    Your independent 6-year-old

    Your 6-year-old is now old enough to handle basic chores and tasks. In fact, don’t be surprised if he asks you for something to do as he explores his newfound independence.

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  • Your 6-year-old’s developmental milestones
    Your 6-year-old’s developmental milestones

    Your child will start to form social bonds, develop skills, and grow both mentally and emotionally during the early school years. This is also a period of discovery and independence, when he starts to figure out what he likes and tries to

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  • Your growing 6-year-old
    Your growing 6-year-old

    At six, your child will start to develop independence and form his or her own distinct habits and preferences. His social circle will also expand as he starts school, interacts with the environment more, and starts making new friends.

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  • Your 6-year-old’s mental and physical developments
    Your 6-year-old’s mental and physical developments

    Every child is different, and that includes when and how he develops. But knowing the general milestones, especially at the important age of six, will give you a definite advantage when it comes to helping him grow and cementing a lasting parent-...

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